We get it. Working from home, not going out…. It’s tempting to let your grooming routine slide a little, right? There’s lots we can do at this time to keep our mental health in check and here’s why grooming is important for your mental well-being:
Having A Daily Routine
While it might not be necessary to stick to your usual daily routine, the NHS does recommend that we get up and get ready for the day as normal. Many of us will find it comforting to have a plan and schedule from day to day. If a quick shave, trim or tidy up is part of your normal routine, it’s good to keep this up. On the other hand, if you’ve always wanted to make it part of your daily schedule, start now!
Keeping Your Mind Active
While it’s not quite rocket science, taking the time to groom will give you something to do and keep your mind occupied. You could take this time to teach yourself a new skill, like cutting your own hair. Or, you might find you want to try out some new trimming techniques and styles – get the creative juices flowing! Always wanted a goatee? Now’s the time to give it a go!
Taking Time For Yourself
For many of us, spending a lot of time on ourselves and our grooming routine in everyday life is a luxury we don’t have. Now that you have a bit more time, why not spend a little longer on making yourself feel good? You deserve it! We’re not saying the perfect beard will solve everything, but it might just give you that boost of confidence you need for the day.